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  • User1913434182 posted

    Im building my first mobile application with .net.

    We have to make our product available to the most handset possible.

    So we thought to validate our code with the W3C XHTML validator....

    BLAST!

    There was a lot more error as i thought.

    First of all the <!DOCTYPE html .....xhtml1-strict.dtd> is simply remove.

    And the rendering of the web.mobile tag are not quit right too, such as mobile:TextBox, mobile:Label ...

    So i guess my question is:

    Should we make a big deal out of this?

    Do we have to be compliant to be accessible by the most users possible?

    Any input much appreciated

    Mat

    Friday, April 22, 2005 10:57 AM

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  • User-95607119 posted
    It is very strongly recommended that your site markup that is directed to mobile devices is standard compliant. Check out these forums for more information about XHTML support. I've read some time ago about some stuff that fixes bugs on generating XHTML.
    Friday, April 22, 2005 11:40 AM